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in 2-3-74. Now, the interesting thing is that once you are sprung you can see the world you have been as a prison. But it is a prison from which you are being removed - the "pulley" dream/vision (my God, it was hypnopompic, + not a dream!). So presumably there is also an Inferno, + once again we get:
{Illustration: "Upper Paradiso" and "Lower Inferno" overlapping at "Purgatorio"}

Well, I was massively sprung. But this is all just terribly important (+ except for Plotinus' system really unsuspected). But -contra Plotinus- the mechanism that springs you has to do with grace + this in turn has to do with merit in a complex way. The "pulley" vision shows that anamnesis + being sprung are inexorably fused; if you do not remember (that you have been tracking + retracking) you will go on with this horizontal 4D tracking forever. But upon anamnesis you are lifted vertically -i.e. into the 5D world which is Paradiso. This is due to God's grace, but His grace depends on your own voluntary free-will moral act in circumstances in which you do not know it will spring you because in fact you do not know you are literally in Purgatorio + can be sprung.
V. p. C-14 passim.
Plotinus, Dante, 2-3-74: sprung suddenly, vertically for the first time orthoginally to all axes in our normal 4D world which is Purgatorio. Lifted suddenly up + out of our endless horizontal tracking -- lifted to safety (salvation)by YHWH because he has found you to be good + pious according to his law, the Torah, as the AI voice said long ago, "one by one he lifts us out of the world" - which I never understood but do now.
Where we are lifted to by the rope-net pulley is the 5D Kingdom of Light + Love that is Paradiso. The structure is Platonist + Neo-Platonist, but the decision to extricate [you] lies solely with YHWH; it is accomplished through anamnesis + the meta-abstraction - the latter being a comprehension of 5D axes. (The apperception of coaxial worlds, or,

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Purgatory was introduced into the roman Catholic Church in between 1160 and 1180 AD. and is only an accepted doctrine in that Church. Other Christian Churches have similar doctrines that are more than less distant from the doctrine as it is expressed in Dante's Commedia.It has a counterpart in Judaism inasmuch as caring for the dead will lead to the purification of sins. Saying that we are living in Purgatory seems a little far-fetched, as proposing that we are living in BIP is not.Also, YHVH is in way, shape or form the Roman Catholic God, nor does Dante allude anywhere in the Divine Comedy to that identification.